Alaska Airlines Flights To Vancouver

Alaska Airlines is one of the largest airline carriers with an extensive flight network for the West Coast including flights to Vancouver, BC Canada. Alaska Airlines has four main air hubs located in Seattle, Washington (SEA/TAC International Airport), Portland, Oregon (Portland International Airport), Anchorage, Alaska (Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport) and Los Angeles California (Los Angeles International Airport.

Alaska Airlines Direct Non-Stop Flights To Vancouver

You can fly to Vancouver non-stop on Alaska Airlines from three locations in the USA; Los Angeles (LAX), Portland (PDX) and Seattle (SEA). From these three connecting airports, you can reach every destination in the Alaska / Horizon Air flight network. See the list further down the page for the list of places they fly to in Alaska.

In addition to non-stop flights to Vancouver, you can also fly non-stop with Alaska/Horizon to these Canadian destinations; Kelowna BC (YLW), Calgary Alberta (YYC) and Edmonton AB (YEG)

About Alaska Airlines

Alaska Airlines is one of the US's largest airlines, currently ranking as the 9th largest airline in the US. They are considered a “major airline carrier” by the United States Department of Transportation. This is a designation given only to airlines with annual revenue greater than $1 Billion. The airline is part of the “Alaska Air Group”, which also includes Horizon Air.

Alaska uses a fleet of over 100 Boeing 737's exclusively. They made the decision to go exclusively with the Boeing 737 in 2005 due to the Boeing 737 NG (Next Generation) better fuel efficiency and lower maintenance costs. Having one type of aircraft also lowers the cost of training. By 2008, they completed the transition to only operating one series of aircraft.


Alaska fly to over 90 destinations in the US, Canada and Mexico, including long haul destinations in the Eastern US and Hawaii.

Destinations in the state of Alaska:

  • Adak Airport
  • Anchorage
  • Barrow
  • Bethel
  • Cordova
  • Deadhorse/Prudhoe Bay
  • Dillingham
  • Fairbanks
  • Gustavus
  • Juneau
  • Ketchikan
  • King Salmon
  • Kodiak
  • Kotzebue
  • Nome
  • Petersburg
  • Sitka
  • Wrangell
  • Yakutat

Long haul destinations on the US mainland include:

Hawaii destinations:

Airline Alliances

Alaska are not part of any of the three main airline alliances; Oneworld, Sky Team and Star Alliance. However, they have strategically aligned themselves with several major airlines to expand their flight network. The alliances include American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Delta Air Lines, LAN, Air France and Qantas. Travelers searching for cheap flights to Vancouver on Alaska Air will find these partnerships greatly increase the number of flights that can be booked under the Alaska Airlines flight codes. The two most important aspects of this is codesharing of flights and members in Alaska's Mileage Plan earning miles with Alaska's partners. Mileage Plan is Alaska's frequent flyer program and it is free to join.